Bobby Goldsboro experiences his inner life as a process of growth and maturation, nurtured by his involvement with others and the positive and negative encounters this generates.
Bobby Goldsboro led a relatively extroverted life that was open to the outside world. His personal consciousness was forged by the heat of outer events. He was inclined to adopt the most objective viewpoint possible to be pragmatic and perhaps even materialistic.
Bobby Goldsboro is a realist. He approaches life pragmatically, and even his feelings are based on rational, tangible evidence. He bases his judgements on past experience and is prone to skepticism. A hard worker, he takes pride in his own endeavors and has a personal concept of his productivity. His possessions help him assert himself as an individual and act as an antidote to any feelings of insecurity. As a result, material accomplishments may preoccupy him more than either love as a passion or intellectual or philosophical considerations. Nevertheless, he becomes attached to anything which offers him certainty.
You work hard to understand other people’s feelings, but you find it difficult to understand your own. You see the emotional world as a foreign place, full of hidden dangers. Becoming familiar with it would be a risk, because it might be dangerous. As a result, you might appear insensitive or cold to others. It might be hard for you to develop relationships with others because you are seeking people who are different from you. You might also be the first to deny that someone has a real emotional need. This makes you vulnerable, as it is seen as a threat. Your dependence on others is unconscious, and it is suppressed. In reality, you are always trying to make tentative steps into the emotional world, because your loneliness and fear are so overwhelming.